Only if you are under arrest.
Hi it's the police can you please come to the police station
Pray, hope he isn't too mad, and come clean with what you did.
Call your local police station and report it. Keep reporting it it was hard for us to get them to come.
Unless the Station Commander was also the Chief Of Police, the Mayor does not have the authority to suspend him/her. The suspension, even if the action originated with the Mayor's Office, would have to come to the Station Commander through the Chief of the department.
Come to your house for what reason? If you are a witness and they need to question you about something relevant to the case, probably they will. If you prefer that they not come to your house notify them that you wish to be interviewed at some other location (i.e. the police station, for instance).
Call a local police station and give them as much information as possible and they will search the person and see if they are a possible suspect then possibly come and arrest them!
If they are instructing you to open the door and do do not listen to there commands you can be arrest for obstruction. If you are obstructing or hindering a police investigation they can arrest you. Also in some cases if the police come with a warrant you might not have to open the door they just might do it for you.
No. It is not legal, the teen is considered a minor until the age of 18 and cannot be questioned without a parent or legal guardian present.
In the majority of states a creditor or collector can go to the residence of the debtor. However, the debtor or owner/renter of the residence can request that the person leave and not return. If said person does not comply, the residential owner/renter can enlist the assistance of the local police to have he or she removed from the property.